Restoration credits of "My Fair
This article first appeared in
The 70mm Newsletter
by: 20th Centry Fox's press release about the restoration.
- April 1995
Restored by: Robert A.
Harris. Restoration produced by: James C. Katz.
Technical Assistant: Michael Hyatt.
65mm Preservation Interpositive
by: Deluxe Laboratories.
Color Timer: Bill Pine.
at: Warner Hollywood Studios, Goldwyn Sound Facility.
Robert Litt. Recordists: Jack Keller, David Behle.
Supervisor: Brian Kane.
Dolby Stereo Consultant: Douglas
Greenfield. Main Title and Additional Scenes digitally restored at:
CINESITE, an Eastman Kodak Company. Digital Supervisor: Brad Kuehn.
Production Coordinator: Gil Gagnon.
Digital Artists: Thomas
J. Smith, Kevin Lingenfelser, Jerry Pooler. Technical Assistant:
Greg Leigy. Optical & Title Restoration by:
Imagica USA Inc,
Christopher Reyna, Jay Cox, Tetsue Kuwano, Alan Markowitz.
Cutting by: Ice Negative Cutting, Boyd Steer, Joe Gonzalez.
by: Pacific Title.
Assistant to Mr. Harris: Joanne Lawson.
produced on: Eastman Kodak Films.
Special Thanks to: Academy of
Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Film Archive, Gene Allen, Boston Light
& Sound, Four Season Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Panavision,
PRO-TEK Film Preservation Vault. Presented in 70mm in: Dolby
Stereo. Presented in 35mm in: Dolby Stereo Digital/DTS Digital
Sound. Copyright MCMXCIV CBS Inc. All rights reserved.
The soundtrack has been made available on a new CD from SONY MUSIC SK
66711. The soundtrack was originally recorded in Hollywood, California
April 14, 16-17 1964. It has been remixed and mastered by Darcy Cooper
using 20-bit technology. Total playing time is 73 minutes including some
clips of dialogue.
in 70mm reading:
Robert Harris and James Katz
"My Fair Lady" restoration